Anthem, At Least In Ct., Extends ‘First Month’ Premium Payment Window To January 15, 2014. Print ‘Temporary ID Card’ Still Kaput.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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Anura Guruge


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Not sure whether this also applies to N.H.

I would think, maybe even hope, so … but from what I am seeing and hearing extending the window is NOT the issue.

The issue is with folks who, like I, have already paid BUT have yet to be processed — though in my case, luckily, I have a Member ID.

I checked again this morning, a few minutes ago,
to see whether the ‘Print Temporary ID Card’
functionality has been activated.

NO.
Still Kaput.

So, what is the story here with Anthem?

Is it incompetence or is it much more Machiavellian than that?

Unlike healtcare.gov these folks are supposedly a corporate, for PROFIT, entity who have been in this racket for a very long time. I remember having this very same HMO Plan, the ‘Matthew Thorton’, in 1987 when I worked for Wang!

I find it incomprehensible that they can be this inept.

I think that they are trying to undermine Obamacare.

I don’t know who is in charge of Anthem. But, whoever its, should be fired and as is the wont in corporate America be given a MASSIVE multi-million dollar bonus for their stupidity.

Now I need to go. Need some new tires.

incomptenjan99

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